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LATE IMPORTATION OF RICH FANCY DRY GOODS
OP NEW DESIGNS, FEOM LONDON AND PARIS,
FOR THE WINTER TRADE OF THE CITY OF RALEIGH;
FAl.Ii FASHIONS FOR 1851.
, , :,,.,t the remainder ol his Fall and Winter supply of RICH FANCY
THE undersigned, naving just jeceijea ui , , ci, f New Yolk lnakin) his assortment
DRY GOODS, in addition to ll.'r,,.. lhat h has now the satisfaction of present-
ample and complete, takes pleasure miuiui--
ing to the pubhc. , . . npst. Cheapest, and most 9Iagnificeut Stock ol
The Heaviest, 1"JSoWABi!5b DRY GOODS,
v k j i,a Knr r offer to the Ladies and Gentlemeu of good taste, in this enlightened community and
nXl comprising, in part, the following desirable articles :
FOX THE LADIES:
L n j du- . Rmrale Silks. Book, Swiss, and Jaconet Muslins,
Rich Gros de Rhine and ' B0,-,. Bishop Lawns, Dotted and Tarlton Muslins,
Plain and figured Ctaa..uo J3?,, Plain and Plaid Cambrics,
Turk Satins and Plaid Silks,
Plain and figured Cashmeres and Delaines,
Embroidered and plain Merinoes,
Rich embroidered Robes and Fancy Bombazines,
Rich Valparaiso Dresses,
Beautiful Plaid Cashmere,
Plain and figured Silk Poplins,
Plain and Brocade Alpacca. (all colors),
Red, Green, and Mode colored Paramattas,
600 pieces splendid British and American Prints,
50 " new style London Chintz Calicoes,
Rich Furniture Prints, of Cochineal dyes,
Plain and Plaid Jfrencn umgnauw,
FOE GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, &C,
r j i " i
s.,nr nini Rlaek. and Fancy Cloths,
Black and Fancy Chine Cassimeres,
Twaeds Cloth and Coburg do
Plaid Linsey and Marlboro' Stripes,
Irish Linen and Cotton Shirting,
200 pieces Sheeting and Shirting, from 5 to 10 cents
4, 6, 8, 10, and 12-4 Sheeting,
600 yards Tow. and Thread and Cotton Cloth,
White Jeans and Canton Flannel,
Woolen Shirts and Drawers,
JBritish and American Long Cloth,
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas,
Half Hose and Suspenders,
These Goods will be sold on the most accommodating terms, either at Wholesale or Retail, and the purchaser
may rely upon getting more Goods, for the amount of money invested, than he ever did before.
T. A. MITCHELL.
T-1-1U 1Tnan,V.or Ath 1RK1 105
FASHIONABLE JEWELER'S STORE,
Jewelry, Watches, &c.
3 DOZEN gold lever Waches, from 40 to $ 150
4 doz. Silver " " " 20 to 60,00
A large Assortment of Fashionable Breast Pins,
Finger rings, Ear rings, gold Spectacles and Pencils,
Watch Chains, Seals and Keys, Lockets, Caff Pins,
and Pens, Silver, Pearl, Tortoise Card Cases,
iPlated Spectacle Cases and Napkin Rings,
6 dozen silver spectacles; spring steel and plated do.
26 doz. silver Spons, Ladles, Sugar Tongs and Cups,
A large assortment of G. S. plated spoons.
Forks and Knives for table use,
A large assortment of Razors and Knives,
Plated Castors and Candlesticks,
Plated Waiters and Baskets,
Assortment of Clocks from 6 to $30,
Perfumery, Extracts, Cologne and Soaps,
Shaving, Hair, and Nail Brushes,
Money Purses and Pocket Books,
Tea Setts of Waiters, Table Knives and Setts,
Revolving Pistols, best quality,
Chinese Fans and Boquet Holders.
Walking Canes, &c, &c.
The above goods have just been purchased North and
we think excel any previous stock in Beauty and Fash
ion. We are better prepared to repair all kinds of
Watches and Jewelry, having purchased Tools and Ma
terials for doing every thing in our line.
PALMER & RAMSAY.
r Raleigh, June 11, 1851. Ca
ll. L. HARDING, & Co.
Ready Made, of the First Quality.
Also, a complete assortment of
GENT'S. DRESS GOODS,
Telegraph Building, Fayetteville St.
RAXEI6H, N. C.
B. 1. ABBIS', S. & A. L. SCOTT & Co
Raleigh, July 30, 1851. 77
DR. WILLIAM R. MILLER.
OFFICE ABOVE THE
LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Raleigh, July 22nd, 1851. 76
SAVAGE AND ME ARES,
WllMIHSTOX, N. C.
August 12, 1851. 81 ly.
J. W. & C. C. PUGH,
And Forward! u Agents,
GASTOJV, J ft
Keep constantly on hand, aud for sale,
LIME, SALT, TAR, BACON, FLOUR, &c.
Gaston, Jan. 10, 1850. 26
JOHS C. PALMER'S
TN his finely furnished Room warrants the Likenesses
.Imperfect. anj to piease. His reputation is so well known
inNorth Carolina, it is useless to say more. Call at Pal
mer and Ramsay's Jewelry Store.
Raleigh Nov. 25, 1850 8 tf.
HURRAH FOR NORTH CAROLINA !
Home Industry- must Siicceed !
Iain now prepared to manufacture DOOR LOCKS
with mineral Knobs, for 65 cents a piece, warrant
ed ; also, LOCKS up to $150.
Also, MACHINERY made to order ; and file-cutting,
new and old. Old files made a good as new.
Raleigh. Sept 13th 1851. 90 ly.
LITERARY Reminiscences, from the Autobiography
of an E nglish Opium Eater, by Thomas De Quin
cey, 2 vol. $i 50
MARGARET, a tale of the Real and Ideal, Blight
nd Bloom, &c, 2 vol. $2 00
For sale by
, W. L. POMEROY.
Raleigh, Oct. 13, 1851. 994
FOR the calculations of Earth Work, as connected
with Railways, Canals, Docks, Harbors, &c, giv
ing the quantities for each Base and Slope at one view
with a Practical Treatise on Earth Work m general!
By Edward G. Hughes, Civil Engineer. For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
Rpleigh, Sept. 27, 1851. g
THIS day received at the North Carolina Music Store,
another splendid lot of 7, 6 and 6 octave Pianos
from one of the best manufacturing establishments in
Raleigh, October 1, 1851.
BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE.
A LARGE supply, jusUreceived and for sale cheap,
,byL , . W. H. & R. s. TUCKER.
Raleigh, September 24,1851. 93
By the Author of " Sam Slick."
ULE AND MISRULE of the English in Ame
, rica. By Judge Halliburton.
For sale by H. D. TURNER,
. ,N. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh, Nov, 1851. 2
VERY good second banded PIANO, cheap can be
.Had at v MiHI.B?'o .
R,, - . t Opposite the R. & G. RV R. Office!
Raleigh, Oct. 7, 1851. q8
Fashionable Straw and Leghorn Bonnets,
Splendid Bonnet, Neck, and Cap Ribbons,
Ribbon Fringes, Laces, and Braids,
Glass, Fancy, and Acorn Buttons,
Thread, Blonde, and Lisle Larrs and Edgings,
Beautiful Collars and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Fine Cotton and Cashmere Hose,
Super Kid and Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Coided, Jenny Lind. and Grass Skirts,
Fine Morrocco and Calf Walking Shoes,
Gaiters and Jenny Lind Slippers,
Woolen Wrappers and Caps.
York and Kentucky Jeans,
Silk and Metino Vesting,
Blue and mixed Grrat Coats,
Beautiful Silk Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Black Hoskin, Berlin, and Cashmere Gloves,
Rose and Whilney Blankets,
Duffle and Saddle do
Fine Moleskin, Fur, and California Hats,
Men and Boys Cloth and Velvet Caps,
White and Red Flannel,
Fine Boots and Shoes,
India Rubber Overshoes.
Kersey and Cotton Osnaburgs.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
Just arrived and Daily arriving.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER
RESPECTFULLY announce to the public, that
many of the most desirable articles embraced in
their large and extensive assortment of Fall and Winter
Goods, selected with care, by one of the firm, in the
best Northern markets, have been already received and
opened ; others are daily arriving, and they flatter
themselves they will be prepared to meel the demand
for goods of every description, on as good terms as they
can be sold in this market. Thankful for, and encour
aged by the very liberal patronage bestowed upon them
since their connection in business, they have ventured
to lay in a very heavy stock, to which they invite the
attention of purchasers, hoping their efforts to accom
modate will not fail to please.
The attention ot the Ladies is respectfully invited to
(he following desirable Dress Goods:
Super Brocade and Chamelion Silks,
Blue, Bl'k and White Watered Do.,
Bl'k Gro De Rhine and Italian Do.,
Solid and Fancy Lute String Do.,
Brocade Poult De Soi,
Cashmere De Ecosse,
Lupins' French Merinos,
English and German Do.,
Rich Fig'd Paris De Laines,
Plain and Fancy Poplins,
Bl'k Silk Laces,
Deep Silk Fringes,
Paris Kid Gloves,
Buttons and Trimmings,
Scolloped Embr'd Hank'fs,
Swiss, Jackonet, and Tarttan Muslins,
Chemisetts, Collars, Undersleeves and Cuffs,
Muslin Bands, Edgings and Insertings,&c.,&c.
W. H. at R. S. TUCKER.
Raleigh, September 3, 1851. 87
New Confectionary 3c Grocery Store.
3 Boors below the Post Office.
I7"M. GRIFFICE, & CO. hav opened a Confec-
V tionary and Grocery Store, in Raleigh, 3 door
below the Post Office, where they have on hand, an J
will sell on reasonable terms the following articles :
Sugar and Coffee, Crushed Sugar,
Do. St. Croix, Havana do.
Candles and Soap, Pepper and Spice,
Black and Imp. Tea, Copperas and Ginger,
Saleratus and Snuff. Brooms, &c. &c.
Myers' Best Chewing Tobacco.
Con f ect ionaries.
Best Segars, Water Crackers,
Dolls, Accordians, Butter and Soda, do.
Fancy Candies, Citron, Prunes, Cocoa Nuts,
Almonds, Filberts, English Walnuts,
Palm Nuts, Figs and Raisins,
And every thing usually kept in a Confectionary Store.
They will say to the public that they carry on the
Candy Making Business,
and without boasting they can assure the public that they
will sell the best Candy as cheap as any house in the
place, and warrant it to be as good as can be made.
Merchants and others, buying by the wholesale, will
find it to their interest to give them a call.
Raleigh, October 9, 1850. 836 tf.
FALL STOCK, 1851.
THE attention of my friends and Dealers, gener
2 Ally, is invited to my assortment of
Foreign and Domestic JTlcdicines, Paints, Oils,
Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, Sc.,
which, as tegards quality and variety, is unsurpassed by
any house in North Carolina.
My Stock having been selected with great care and
purchased on the most favorable terms from
Importers and Manufacturers,
enables me to render satisfaction to all who need artieles
in my line.
I take this occasion to again tender my thanks for the
very liberal support hitherto extended to me, and by con
tinued assiduity, and unremitted attention to the wants
of mv friends. I hone to rontiniiA fi marif thA
j ' 1 w .v u.... iu' iiauib
opinion so generally entertained for my Establishment
1 i-uuiiuuo m Keep a supply or me rurest Wines, and
London Dock Brand v. bought n-rnrpsniir for fwt;.i t.,,..-
poses, and a large assortment of the choicest brands of
f '. O I " 1 y 1 1 . m .
jgaii) ouiwiDg ana onewing 1 obacco.
P. F. PESCUD,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist
Raleigh, Oct. 20th. 1851 102
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER,
Partners and Successor to
R. TUCKER & SON,
No 6 and 8. Fayctteville St.
FASHIONABLE HAT EMPORIUM.
AT this Establishment will be found, at all times, one
of the best assortments of FINE GOODS in the
City. The Stock is entirely new. and is comprised of
Fashionable Moleskin and Beaver Hats;
of the manufacture of N. F. Warburton, and N. H. Beebe
FEL.T, sporting, brush,
Jl GO 1,1.1, jgJYD SE.tL, DRjtn BATS.
Army, Navy, Ariel, Riding, Travelling, Dress,
and Opera Caps.
The utmost efforts will be exerted to maintain for the
Merchandise of thin Estahliahmont tha nnk r - .
' - v mun ui auueri-
onty and relative cheapness which has hitherto com.
-- 1 . ! 1 . r. -
uiouueu 11 10 me approval ana preierenee of gentlemen
MORE NEW ROOKS.
THE life and times of Calvin, the great Reformer.
Translated from the German of Paul Henry, D D
2 vol., 8 mo., $3.
Rrpnp, and T.Afron1a in V n XT-V. r o it , .
Hugh Miller, author of Old Red Sand Stone, Foot
Pri n t rf tlia Pr.atnr Am i in oi n .
Campbell's Lives of the Chief Justices of England
from the Norman Conquest to the Death of Lord Mans
field. American edition. int r.nrina.l --t o
$3,50. r mo-'
AppletonVDictionary of Mechanics, Machinery, En
gine Work and Engineering, with 400 Illustrations. 2
""j i u vw., 3 vou, Vl,uu
For sale by W. L. POMEROY. .
Raleigh, Oct. 20th, 1851. i0i
Far the Care T -
COVGnS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRON
CHITIS, CROUP, ASTHMA, WHOOP
ING C0VGH AND CONSUMPTION.
TM rommtv is offered to the community with the
confidence we feel in an article which seldom fails to
realize the happiest effects that can be desirea. 00
th field of its usefulness and so numerous the
cases of its cures, that almost every sectiou of the coun-
f l..nnJ. n lumna nnhliclv known, wno nave oeeu
restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of
rh limits, bv its use. When once inea, 11s supenuw.j
over every other medicine of its kind, is too apparent to
escape observation, and where its virtues are known, the
nnKl if, no loneer hesitate what antidote to employ for the
distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary
organs, which are incident 10 our cnmaie. .uu
ly in the formidable attacks upon the lungs, but for the
milder varieties of Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, &c, and
for children it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that
can be obtained. No family should be without it, and
those who have tried it, never will.
Read the opinion of the following GentlemeB, who
:i raononiol in na various sections of country
h.n thev nr located each and all as merchants of
the first class and ol the highest character as tne oiuesi
and most extensive Wholesale Dealers in Medicine with
an experience unlimited on the subject of which they
speak. It there is any value in the judgment of experi
We. th undersigned. Wholesale Druggists, having
hun fnr Innir aonuainted with Aver's Cherry Pectoral,
hereby certify our belief that it is the best and most effec-
j-. 1 1 iSCr.J .H
lual remedy for fulmonary woHjpiamis ever raeiuu
the American People. And we would, Irom our knowl
edge of its composition, and extensive usefulness, cor
riiailv com mend it to the afflicted as worthy their best
confidence, and with the firm conviction that it will do
x their relief all that medicine can ao.
Henshaw, Edmunds & Co., Boston, Mas?.
Reese & Coulson, Baltimore, Maryland.
Haviland, Harrall &. Co., Charleston, S. C.
Jacob S. Farrand, Detroit, Michigan.
T. H. McAllister, Louisville, Kentucky.
Francis & Walton, St. .Louis, Missouri.
Joseph Tucker, Mobile, Alabama.
Haviland, Risley & Co., Augusta, Ga.
M. A. Stantos & Son, Norfolk, Va.
John Gilbert & Co. . Philadelphia, Pa.
Z. D. & W. H. Gilman, Washington, D. C.
J. Wright & Co. , New Orleans, La.
Watson, Wall & Co., Fort Wayne, Indian
C. C. Richmond & Co., San Francisco. Calitornia.
Lewis & Ames, Tallahasse, Florida.
B. R. Strong, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Stiller, Slade &. Co., Lexington, Mississippi.
N. D. Labadie, Galveston, Texas.
Joseph M. Turner, Savannah, Ga.
Wade, Eckstein Sc. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
With such assurances, and lrom such men, no stronger
proof can be adduced, except that found in its effects
upon trial. ' -
Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer, Practical Chem
ist, Lowell, Mass. c
Sold in Raleigh bv Williams, Haywood & Co., and
by Druggists throughout the State.
September to, 1B&1. 00 worn.
TO RAIL ROAD CONTRACTORS.
Office or the North Carolina Rail Road Co.
Gbeensboro', Oct. 24, 1851.
BIDS for the following work on the line of said Road
will be received at the Office in this place until
the 15th December next, when the Lettings will take
place at said Office, viz :
For the Grading and Masonry of the following Sec
tions of the Second Division of said Road, viz : Sec
tions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; 9, 10, H, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16;
30, 31, 32, 33 and 34.
For the Grading and Masonry of Sections I, 2, and
3 of the Fourth Division, as they may be finally deter
mined upon by the Engineer,
For the Masonry and superstructure or tne follow
ing Bridges, viz : across Crabtree, two across Eno,
Back Creek, and Haw River, on the Second Divi
sion. For the Masonry and Superstructure of a Bridge across
Deep River on the Third Division.
For the Masonry and Superstructure of the followicg
Bridges on the Fourth Division, viz: across the Yadkin
River, Irish Buffalo Rocky River, Caudle Creek, and
Contractors for the Grading and Masonry on the Sec,
tions, and for all the Bridges except the Yadkin Bridgef
will be expected to take Stock to the amount of one-hal-of
their bid, and bidders will state what stock they bid
upon, or whether they propose to take such stock: as may
by assigned them by the Board.
Bidders for the Yadkin Bridge will accompany their
bids with the amount of Stock they propose to take, and
state what stock they bid upon, or whether they pro
pose to take such stock as may be assigned them by the
Board of Directors.
Separate bids will be received for the Masonry and
for the Superstructure of the Bridges.
From and after 1 5th November until the letting, es
timates of the Grading and Masonry, and profiles of the
Road ; and estimates of the Masonry and Superstruc
ture of the Bridges, and the plans and drawings for
the same, may be seen at the Office of the Rail
Bids may be forwarded by mail addressed, "Pre
sident of the N. C. Rail Road, Greensboro? ; N. C."
J. M. MOREHEAD.
President of N. C. Rail Road.
, 103 6tw.
Office of tbk N. C. Rail Road, )
Greensboro. Oct. 23, 1851.
ris ordered by the President and Directors of the
North Carolina Rail Road Company, that the
Stockholders pay into the Treasury of said Company
ten dollars upon each share of stock held by them in
said Company, on or before the 8th day of Janua
ry, 1852; and that interest be charged upon any de
ferred payment from and after the 1st day of February,
For ti e convenience of Stockholders, payments made
to the Bank of the State, at Raleigh, and to the Bank
of Cape Fear, at Salisbury, to the credit of the Trea
surer of said Company, and the certificate forwarded to
the Treasurer, will be deemed sufficient.
C. P. MENDENHALL, Treasurer.
State of North Carolina, Granville Co.
Superior Court op Law, September Term.
William Wilson vs. Elizabeth Wilson Petition for
IN this case it appearing that a copy of the petition
and subpoena weie issued to the defendant ;in man
ner as by the statute in such cases is required, and the
return thereon being that the Defendant is not to be
found, proclamation is publicly made at the Court House
door by the Sheriff for the said defendant to appear and
answer as commanded by the subpoena, and the said
defendant failing to appear, it is ordered by the Court
that publication for thiee months be made in the North
Carolina Standard lor the said Elizabeth Wilson to be
and appear at the Superior Court, to be held for the
County and State aforesaid, at the Court House in Ox
ford, on tbe first Monday of March next, and answer to
Witness, Benjamin C. Cooke, clerk of our said Court,
at office, in Oxford, the 24th day of October, A. D. 1851
BENJ. C. COOKE, c. c. c.
Oct. 27, 1851. (.Pr. Adv. $7,50) 103 3mw.
A. BROKE JAIL, and ran away in November last,
r from Paulding, Jasper county, Miss., the Negro
.fS .1... BEN, alias AMZI, aged 30 or 35 years, 5 feet
10 in. high, quite dark ; has two scars on his face one
just above the right eye, running back into the hair, the
other on his cheekbone, running towards the mouth; also,
scars on the knees and on the left arm, caused by burns.
He was purchased from Theo.N. Gadden, of Charleston,
S. C', in August, 1850, by the subscriber's father. It is
knowi. that he has false free papers, and be will probably
represent himself as a free man. The above reward will
be paid to any person who will detect the said slave, and
lodge him in jail, so that he can be obtained. .
THOS. P. FRITH, Holmesville..
Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. 103. 2m
BY Enoch Powell, D. D., Jro in the Theologica
Seminary, Bangor, Maine. '
, For sale by
H. D. TURNER.
October M, 1851. 001-"
LEATHER FOR FALL TRADE,
AT WHOLESALE ANI RETAIL
tn nnr friends and
WIi respecLiutiy niumuww - -
i AnA,oii that va have determined to spare
no efforts on our part to give Petersburg a Leather and
Finding Establishment, whose stock shall compare favor
ably with that of any house, North or South. We are
receiving from the importers ahd manufacturer of the
Northern Cities one of the largest and best selected
1 ..... t.Aiun in this market, and we Dledee
nocMwouivuc.ti ' ; ivT
ourselves to sell our goods as low as any South of New
1 J C l 1 than thav
York, and many aruciesas low, u J
are to be had, even there, as we have now in full opera
tion a large and well arranged Tannery, from which we
shall be receiving Leather regularly. ,
We have also Brogans of pur own manufacture, which
we warrant a superior article.
Also, Shoemakers' Tools and Lasts, together with
many other articles usually found in similar establish
menu, all of which will be sold in accordance with the
.1 n. . an,l ill. ontv nmr mn nroTfl this. IS
aDOVC ,UKUJCUk bmu v h J ' J i
for purchasers to come and examine for themselves, and
we snail be content to aoiue we resuik
F. A. & R. H. FORD,
No. 21, Old Street,
opposite B. P. Harrison's Saddlery.
Petersburg, August 13, 1851. 83 tf.
E. L. HARDING, & Co.
WOULD observe, that, as the season draws on, for
Fall and Winter Clothing, they have anticipated
the wants of the people, and would be pleased to show
all who may favor them with a call, their assortment,
Drab, RIacK, and Blue Beaver Clotli
Overcoats and Sacks.
We would call your attention particularly to the as
sortment of Overcoats, as it embraces every desirable
and late style. Our PANTS are excellent. Fastidious
as well as men of Fashion, can here find something to
please them, let their tastes be as various as our calls,
and in fact, the only difliculty will be to choose from,
rather than to find any particular style oi. color.
In the assortment of VESTS, you will find rich Cut
Velvet. Merinos of all colors, Silk, light and dark Cas
simere and Valencia, some of them really beautiful.
Our furnishing Department is complete and full, and
wo hardly deem it necessary for us to enumerate all the
articles comprised under that head. You will find how
ever a large assortment of Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Sus
penders, Cravats, H'd'k'fs. Socks, Cotton and Merino.
shall be elad to show
our goods at all times, regardless of trouble, sale or no
E. L. HARDING.
Telegraph Building. Fayetteville St
Raleigh, Sept 29, 1851. 94
NORTH CAROLINA MUSIC STORE,
K. W. PETERSILIA,
One Door Nortli of the City Hall, Fay. St.
RJMLtEIGIt, J C.
From the liberal patronage which the
Subscriber has received since his establish
ment in business, he has been enabled not
only to replenish but to extend his stock, and
IS NOW OPENING
.J Splendid Assortment ofJYctc and Popular JUusic
and a larger and better selected variety of
than has ever before been offered in this State.
He is also prepared to furnish Gilt Frames of any size
ni,K a. nitKont nirtlirpfl-
Aiso materials for Drawing, as engravings for patterns,
and superior pencils.
He has also furnished himself with materials for re
pairing Accordions, as pearl for keys, reeds, &c, and
will execute all orders with neatness and despatch.
Tn hia tint nuv nlo h found sDlendid coDDer-nlate
engravings, for framing. In short, his is an assortment
intended to please the refined taste of the community.
K. W. PETERSILIA.
Raleigh, July 1, 1851. 70
A. B. STITII,
Agent, Commission Merchant and Dry Goods
Broker, New York.
rTENDERS his services to the Merchants, Planters,
. r. n.. 1 . !tl il 1
and citizens ot tne Southern states, ana wui anena
to any business in his line either in the sale of Produce
or Merchandize, or the purchase of Dry Uoods, Urocenes,
Hardware. Crockery. Shoes. Hats. Furniture, Carriages,
Musical and Agricultural instruments. Bagging Rope,
Drugs, Medicines, &c. He flatters himself as a purchaser
of goods for Southern Merchants, hisexperience will en
able him to give entire satisfaction to the Merchants who
may entrust to him their orders.
His Excellency Charles Manly, Raleigh.
William Hill, Secretary of State, do
G. W. Mordecai, Pres't B'k of State, do
Dr. J. 0 Watson, Pres't Mu. In. Co., do
B. F. Moore, Esq., Attorney Gen., do
Matthew Shaw, Esq., Washington.
Hon. J. R. J. Daniel, Weldon.
Andrew Joyner, Esq., do
R. H. Lewis, Esq., Greensborough, Ala.
Raleigh, February 6, 1850. 796
THE LAST FASHIONS !
Call at J. J. Biggs' Clothing Store.
AND examine his new Fall and Winter Goods, con
sisting of a very superior lot of CLOTHS, Cassa
meres and Vestings, selected by himself in New York
and Philadelphia, from the latest importations, embrac
ing all the new styles, and suitable for all occasions.
Also an extensive supply of
suitable for Fall and Winter, some of which are very fine.
He also has a fine article of Dress Hat, s well as a gen
eral supply of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as
Dress and Under Shirts of all kinds, Half Hose, Sus
penders, White and colored Kid Gloves, Pocket Hand
kerchiefs and Cravats in great varieties, Dressing-gowns,
etc. All of which will be sold on reasonable terms.
He warrants a first rate fitting garment to all who
may patronize him, and respectfully solicits a trial.
A small lot of Military trimmings just received.
Call at No 10, Fayetteville Street,
J. J. BIGGS.
Raleigh, Oct 2 2d, 1851. 102 iw.
THE Subscriberis authorized tosell a valuable tract
of Land lying in the upper end of Halifax County,
North Carolina, in the neighborhood of Brinkleyviile,
adjoining the lands of the late Wm. H. Thomas, Joseph
J. Williams, and others, containing 896 acres, by a re
cent survey ; it being the residence of the late Colonel
Rhesea Read. There is a good at.d convenient dwelling
House on the tract, with some little repairs, with other
out houses, and a never failing Spring of good water,
as near as could be desired I deem it unnecessary to
say anything with regard to the quality of the Land (only
I think it equal to any of the neighborhood Lands) as no
person would purchase without viewing. A great bar
gain can be made in whole or any part Any person
wishing to purchase can find me in the neighborhood ot
Brinkleyviile, Halifax, Aug. 16, 1851. 81 tlD.
Ready Itlade Clothing.
WE have just received from one of the largest and
best established Houses in the United States,
one of the largest and best assorted Stocks ever brought
to this City, a Stock that would favorably compare with
the Custom Work ot any Establishment in tbe Union,
which we are instructed to sell at unprecedented low
prices, and to which we invite.the attention of Country
Merchants, citizens of Raleigh, tho surrounding Coun
try, and Members of the next General Assembly, and ask
them to call and examine our Stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as we are determined tosell at prices that
will defy competition. '
- Country Merchants need have no fears of finding us
with a broken assortment, as we shall continue to have
large additions throughout the Season.
In addition to the above, we have a full assortment of
fine blurts, Jenny Lind and other patterns, together with
Silk. Merino, Lambs wool Shirts and Drawers.
All of which we will sell as low as they can be par
chased of any Establishment in New York or any oth
City. A. B. STITH & CO.
Raleigh, 1850. 840 w tf.
Grand Lodge of North Carolina.
THE Annual Communication of this Masohic Bout
will be holden in this City, on Monday eveninz the
1st of December next, at 7 o'clock, and will continue its
sittings until all the business which may be brought be
fore it shall be disposed of. ' Officers of the respective
Lodges are requested to attend in person, or cause pro
per delegates to be appointed, in pursuance of the Consti
tution and general regulations of the Grand Lodge.
WILLIAM T. BAIN,
Raleigh, Oct. 17th, 1851. loiL
manufacturer and Dealer in tbe fol
lowing Articles, Raleigh, Hi. C. ' . s "
STOVES, tin, iron and copper wares ; guns and pis
tols of all sorts ; powder, shot. caus. nowder flasks
and shot chargers, a fine assortment of pocket and table
cutlery, ine ceieorated fine India steel razors, mortice
iocks, wiio wmie mineral xnoDS, irom BO cents to 4.
improvea um iocks, new naven iocks, carpenter s rim
lock, slidine-door lock, people's lock, best furniture
lock, dead lock, novelty lock with mineral knobs, min
eral locks with Japan mounting, mortice locks with
iron bolts and keys, mortice' locks with white knobs,
rural iocks witn white. mineral knobs, plate locks,
smoke-house locks, mortice closet locks with brass
fronts, chest locks, horse locks, fancy bushed pad-locks,
fine patent dropped Japan padlocks, patent dropped pad
lock, rim drou latches. Bolwin's nieht latch, imoroved
bow latches, cupboard lock latches, porcelain knobs,
.i. i ... -. . . .
in urai cer in mis Kill j ot stale, mineral door knoos,
screw, mahogany, and pearl white door knobs, mineral
drawer knobs, furniture knobs. Dear! white bell-nulls.
axle pulleys, Blake'sside pulleys, wardrobe hooks, fan
cy coar ana nar nooks, window springs, rim b'ank shut
ter hinges, A. C. Palmer's window butts, Clarke's butt
binges, and superior cast butt hinges, curtain pins and
handles, coffee mills, candle sticks, dog collars and
chains, cloth, shoe, and horse brushes.
ALSO, Carpenter's, Cooper, Tinner's, and Black
ALSO, nails, screws, scythe-blades, sheep-shears,
brass lamps, hand-bells, trace chains, erubbine-hoes.
spring-balances, plyers, spades, shovels, hoes, andirons,
pans, vices, pumps, buck s patent improved cooking
stove, and in short every thing needed by farmers and
mechanics in the hardware line.
ALSO, a full supply of CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
sucn as carriage axlej and springs, carriage bands, pa
tent learner nuo Danos, power loom lace, enamelled
caovas9, figured maroon, damask alpaci, extra fine cam
bric, and fringe. On band, also, a full supply oi CAR
RIAGES and BUGGIES.
Smoke-house, Jail, and Bnk Locks made to order,
warranted not to be picked or broken, and to give satis
- The subscriber is also prepared to execute any and all
work in iron, steel, brass, copper, &c. Guns and pistols
made to order. Also, strainers for Turpentine Distil
All orders executed promptly and in the best man
ner. If the subscriber does not sell lower than any
body else, and do good work at fair prices, then he will
give it up.
Encourage home indusry. Now is the time. Call
on the subscriber at Kaleigh, Wake County. North Car.
olina, or send your orders by letter.
Raleigh, Sept. 12. 1851. 90 ly.
TF YOU WANT TO SAVE A COUPLE HUN-
J BRED DOLLARS, send on your orders for
Turpentine Stills, Caps, Arms, and Worms :
Also, Brandy Stills, and any kind of Copper work,
Brass, Machinery, ccc.
The prices of Still-caps, Anns, and Worms, are as
follows : By tho pound 37 cents ; or by contract,
7 barrel Still-cap, Arms and Worms, $400
10 do do do 485
12 do do do 625
14 do do do 585
15 do Ao do 615
16 do do do 650
20 do do do 695
25 do do do 750
SO do do do 850
35 do do do 900
All work will be warranted for 12 months, fire and
burning excepted. His work will also be delivered within
fifty miles of Raleigh, at the shortest notice ; and if I fail
to deliver Stills in the time agreed upon, I will forfeit $5
tor each day lost, to the purchaser.
Raleigh, Sept 12, 1851. 90 y.
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
I HAVE lately purchased the entire
stock of O. L. BURCH. and will carry
on the Boot and Shoe Manufactory in all
lis various branches, at bis ol stand,
ONE DOOR BELOW THE POSX OFFICE.
It is my determination to use the best materials known
to the trade, and the workmanship shall not be surpassed
in the State. All those heretofore accustomed to get
ting their work from the old Shoe Stand, may be sure,
by calling on me, that they can get as good an article
now as ever.
Call and see for yourselves.
HENRY A. DEPKEN.
Raleigh, Aug. 18, 1851.
WILL inform the Ladies, that he keeps consatntly
Ladies' Pine Kid Walking- Shoes and Slippers,
Vlttldren's Shoes, A c., Vc.
Indeed, every thing usually kept in a Shoe Store.
rPHE Undersigned takes pleasure in saying, that he
a believes Mr. DEPKEN is well qualified to fulfil
bis promise to the public, and 1 recommend my old
triends and customers to give mm a trial.
O. L. BURCH.
Raleigh, Aug. 18, 1851. tf.
FALL TRADE, 1851.
Southern Trade will soon insure Southern Rights !
I AM now receiving from Petersburg, Richmond, Nor
folk and Baltimore, my Fall and Winter supply of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, China
and JUard IV are,
carefully selected for the season, at moderate prices for
cash, or on a short credit to punctual customers. I ex
pect to keep on hand in addition to the above, Salt, Fish,
Flour and Bacon, Iron of different sizes, Nails of an
excellent qualitity, with all necessary articles kept in a
Village Store. I will take in exchange for Goods, Corn,
Wheat, Oats, Fodder, Flax-seed, Bees-wax and Cotton,
or Tow Cloth, with any other produce that may suit in
my line of business. Call at the Brick Store near the
THOMAS W. HOLDEN.
P. S. I will attend to any Commission business, or
forwarding of Goods, so as to satisfy those who may in
trust them to me. T. W. H.
October 1, 185!. 95
Fall and Winter floods, 1851.
FRENCH worked Collars, at 30 cts." and upwards,
Lace Capes, Thread Edging and Inserting,
Bobbin Edging and Inserting, Lisle Edging and Laces
Bonnet and Swiss Inserting and Edgings, ,
Ladies Kid Gloves and Linen Cambric Hdkfs. 1
Shell, Tuck and Side Combs,
Black Silk Lace for Trimming.
Plain French Merinoes, various colors,
Printed Cashmere and Englsh Merinoes,
Plain and Printed Muslin De Lane,
Dotted Swiss Mus.,n and Cambric Dimity,
Neck, Belt, Bonnet and Cap Ribbons,
White and Black -Silk and Cotton Hum, '
Brocade Colored Silk,
Black Gros De Rhine Silk.
Daily expected; a general assortment of Staple 'Dry
Goods, Hats, Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Groceries
and Crockery, nought on the best term 6, and will be
sold low for cash, or to prompt customers on time.
No. 9, Fayetteville St.
Raleigh, September 16th, 1851. 91
THE Subscriber has just received, direct from the
North, a supply of the best quality of Curled Hair,
which will enable him to manufacture a superior qual
ity ot Hair Mattresses.
He would respectfully inform the Public that he cau
furnish them with the best articles in his line, as
cheap as they can be bought in New York. Persons
from the neighboring villages and counties, who have
heretofore sent North, can provide themselves with as
good an article of work, and at as low a price, by send-
mg ineir oraers to me.
Also, constantly o hand, the much improved
SHUCK and COTTON MATTRESSES, and at the
lowest prices. Also, Solas, Lounges, and Easy Chairs,
manufactured in various styles. Also, repairing and re
novating old Hair Mattresses, Sec., done at the shortest
All orders thankfully received and promptly attended
to. Ware Room on Fayetteville street, two doors above
the Yakb rough House.
J. HENRY HARRISS,
Upholsterer nd Mattress Maker.
Raleigh, October 24, 1851. ' "102
DICKENS' HOTELS AND TAJLES,
complete in 4 vols, price 85. For sale bv
, . t W. L. POMEROY,
Raleigh, Nor. 10 3
re nance for a sond x
IS now offered by the Subscriber wh.
wishes to disrmA Af t:l
Carriage and Harness Manufactory.
This extensive and well ln -n.
now been in operation for upwards of 10
turned out and sold more vehirl. k 3 ar?' ard n
stof- Tk -i. r .u. , V "nT otner in tho
tasi nve years hav
pwards of 9 20,000 per annum. The Ebiut 84
s situated on Main Street.
containing 8 benches; a Harness Shop, containi P
benches ; a Blacksmith Shop with 4 forces n,i t 8
nil mmmiwi;m.P.;iil anA : t, ' 1Q HTg
and in excellent order.. There are besides rt.tlTai'.,)ew
wood house, filled with an immense quantity of fin '
soned Timber, adapted to every department of ,i A"6:"
ness. A Torn in it Lathe and Saw moveH K US-
er; a new Pump on the premises. Shelter for vehn
and in a word all the improvements . clt
found in the best Establishments either North or sH
immediately opposite, are the Dwelling u
and Ware House. Th r.li;k ' ? H1se
two storv buildiner. with an acre lnt ,tt,.k..i "nC
necessary out houses and conveniences reanir "
family. The situation is elevated, health. ... ?d bv
The Ware-bouse is a new two story 50 V 26 ftH"'"
iue. and cost uDwards of 911250. Tn m bu'w-
will be found a large and varied assortment of "lese
Paints, Leather and n...
all new and of the latest stvle.
The position of Greenville, situated as it is
midst of the wealthiest and most fertile portion r i
State. connected with Raleitrh ami tt, A? l
Road, with the east and the seaboard by a river 1
open to Steamboat navigation besides th. ..BaJ
ter of the Establishment, forth e dnrohii;, ? "Mac
of its work, combine with the growing importance"
I"" -"-- - -FFiupriaie point in East
ern Carolina for a Carnaee Manufartnrv tu. .
ser will obtain the most accommodating term. W "
reasonflhtA lime to make his Dm.ni. an7
To his friends and patrons the subscriber returns hi
hearty thanks for their liberal Datrnn.
them that be has now on hand the lareest imA
. nnnmro ... l8Ma finest a.
Buniueut ui duuuidc ana O'ner VEHICLES
seen here, which he will be happy to sell on low uZl
for cash or negotiable notes. He respectfully invites
friends and purchasers to call and examine his stock
Greenville, June 25, 1851. 75 tf
THE subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership,
under the name and style of McRAE & HAR
RISS, and have taken the new granite front store, late
ay erected by Capt. G. Potter, on Front between Market
ind Dock streets, where they will always keep a com
plete wholesale anc retail stock of Crockery and Farm
ing Implements, to which they invite the attention ot
merchants and othera.
Being IMPORTERS, we feel confident we can sell
articles in our line on as favorable terms, and of as good
quality, as can be purchased in the United States.
ALEX. McRAE, Jr.,
N. T. HARRISS.
Wilmiggton, Oct. 1, 1851. 97 tf.
THE subscriber having formed a co-partnership with
Mr. N. T. HiRRiss, is desirous of closing up his old
business, and begs leave to urge upon those indebted to
him the necessity of a prompt settlement of their bills.
He at the same time tenders his thanks to his former
customers for their kind patronage, an 1 solicits a contin
uance of the same to the new firm.
ALEX. McRAE, Jr.
Wilmington, Oct. 1, 1851. 97 tf.
McRAE & HARRISS,
IMPORTERS and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
China, Glass, and Earthenware, and Farming Imple
ments, west side Front street, between Market and
Dock streets, Wilmington, N. C.
Wilmington, October 1, 1851. 97 tf.
Prime Green Tea,
Loaf, Crushed, clarified and brown Sugar,
Java, Laguira and Rio Coffee,
Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Starch, Nutmegs, CIotcs,
and Mace, Spanish Indigo, bar Lead, Powder, Shot,
and Percussion Caps, Blacking, shoe, scrubbing, horse,
crumb and hearth Brushes, tooth, nail and hairbrush
es, cut Nails, finishing and common Brads, Swedes
Iron and cast Steel, cotton and wool cards, beUovcs,
brass and cast Irons, Gothic Fenders, shovels and
tongs, Hods, fire carriers, Painted and brass bound
Buckets, wire sieveshovels and spades, Collin's axes,
Augurs, saws, files, chisels, cross cut and mill saws,
Broad axes, adzs, frying pans, wafer and waffle irons,
Knob, pad, stock, till and cupboard Locks, hinges,
screws, finishing brads, cut tacks, knives and forks.
Pen and pocket knives, scissors and shears,
Iron squares, trace and log chains, wagon boxes,
Tin and Crockery ware.
For sale by
MARBLE WORK AND IRON RAILINGS.
orexxixr stir-uttchs & sear,
No. 360 Market-Street, Philadelphia,
Furnish all kinds of JSarhle Work,
MANTELS. MONUMENTS. TOMBS, &C.(
At the most reasobable rates, and work w ranted equal
to any house in the Union.
Corner of Broad & Coates Streets,
ALL KINDS OF IRON BALLHIGS,
For Enclosures, Balconies, Verandahs, and any
F.IJYCY MO.V WORK,
On the most reasonable terms. Orders attended w
September 27, 1851.
At No. O, Fayetteville Street.
1 nn PS- Dress and Furniture Calicoes,
1 UU 1 00 Bleached and brown Shirting and Sheeting.
i Shirtings, white and red Flannel, amu.. -And
cottoi. Jeans, white 'ftr
Table, bird-eye towelling Diaper, and Irish Linen,
Jaconet, Swiss and checked Muslin, English Canc,
Furniture and Cambric Dimity, and ejtton nng,
L!-n Cambrie and linen cambric Bandfi, ro
ud cotton Handfs., spool cotton, knittingj do. 1 n
Silk, floss cotton, linen and cotton Tape, com
and carpet binding, Silk and cotton Hose l"
black,) cotton and merino J hose, carpeting a M
Rugswhite and black wadding, Cloti. w
Testings, Kentucky Jeans and overoatln8
Kersey and stripes for servants. . t jn
With a eeneral assortment of Goods usually 1 Y
a retail Store. Tor sale by
itaieign, uct. 14, ioi.
TO COTTON PLANTEBS'
AT HAND . -m.
Gunny and Hemp Bagging, 44 inch""
Bale Rope and Twine.
150 pairs of Men's and Boy's Brogans,
Men's Kip Shoetees, Woms. Lea. Bootses,
with a general assortment of shoes,
Bl'k ana white Wool Hate,
75 Point and Dutfle Blanket,
For sale low by
. . J. BROWN,
No, 9, Fayetteville .
Raleigh Oet. 6, 1851.
BROCADE, Chamelion, and Satin De Chine
Plain and Black Silks ;
Brocade spun Silks ;
French DeLaines and Cashmeres ;
" and English Merinoes;
A large lot of DeLaines and Chamelions;
Alpaccas from 17J cents per yard up ;
ALSO, 1 Cuff"'
ntu t n TTbfi, . rn.h worked Collars anu
Ribbons. Silk and Kid Gloves, Black Silk Lsce,
Velvet Scarfs, Trimmings lor laaies uns
Genu. Sup. Cravats, black ndfc1r5: . co0KE.
Just received by EVANS & u
August SO, 1851.